The College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources offers majors in Natural
Resources Management, Agriculture, and Land Surveying. Both the Natural Resources
Management and Agriculture majors each include a choice of five options. In Natural
Resources, options include Forestry, Wildlife Management & Conservation, Geospatial
Science, Communications in Natural Resources, and Environmental Science. In Agriculture,
options include Agribusiness, Animal Science, Plant and Soil Science, Site Specific
Management, and General Agriculture. A pre-vet emphasis is also available under the
Animal Science option. The College also offers 2-year Associate degrees in Forest
Technology, Agriculture, and Land Surveying Technology, and a Master of Science in
Forest Resources. Generous supporters of the College have provided for more than
50 fully endowed student scholarships.
The College faculty is composed of highly-regarded, nationally renowned educators
and scientists, including several endowed chairs and professorships. Some faculty
also have appointments with the Arkansas Forest Resources Center.